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Oklahoma State University has a new Pedestrian Safety Task Force in response to recent collisions resulting in injuries and one fatality.
Local headlines for Tuesday, February 27, 2024
Thursday, Feb. 29 marks the last day state lawmakers can have their bills heard and passed through committees in their chamber of origin to then be considered on the floor.
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Local headlines for Monday, February 26, 2024
KOSU's Oklahoma Music Minute features musicians and bands from across the state. Here's this week's featured artists.
Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City is preparing for international flights by adding a customs facility.
Police have released bodycam footage and a search warrant related to an investigation around the death of a 16-year-old nonbinary student.
Kirby Mackenzie, a librarian at Ellen Ochoa Elementary has been designated Teacher of the Year by Union Public Schools.
One in five Oklahomans has medical debt in collections, among the highest rates in the country. A bipartisan bill would tackle one part of the process once those debts reach civil court.
According to the Tahlequah Daily Press, Republican Sen. Tom Woods was asked at a public forum Friday what he thought of Nex Benedict's death in light of legislation limiting rights of trans youth.
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